Arlington Heights is a densely populated, highly diverse neighborhood in Central Los Angeles, California, where most people live in rented homes or apartments. Within it lies the Historic Preservation Overlay Zone of Country Club Park. There is a technology center for adults, two middle schools, three other schools and a public library. Arlington Heights is flanked by Koreatown to the north, Harvard Heights to the east, Jefferson Park to the south and Mid-City to the west. The neighborhood is bounded on the north by Olympic Boulevard, on the east by Gramercy Place, on the south by the Santa Monica Freeway and on the west by Crenshaw Boulevard.
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|RATING*||SCHOOL NAME||GRADES||SCHOOL TYPE|
|N/A||Arlington Heights Elementary School||Preschool - 5th Grade||Public|
|3||City Language Immersion Charter (Clic)||Kindergarten - 5th Grade||Public|
|N/A||Global Education Academy 2||Kindergarten - 5th Grade||Public|
|1||Carson-Gore Academy Of Enviornmental Studies||Kindergarten - 5th Grade||Public|
|2||Pio Pico Middle School||6th Grade - 8th Grade||Public|
|1||Johnnie Cochran, Jr., Middle School||6th Grade - 8th Grade||Public|
|1||Global Education Academy Middle School||6th Grade - 8th Grade||Public|
|N/A||Bishop Conaty?Our Lady Of Loretto||9th Grade - 12th Grade||Catholic/Religious|
|N/A||St. Paul Elementary School||Kindergarten - 8th Grade||Catholic/Religious|
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